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ECON 305 Managerial Economics

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    SAWHNEY, BarryBrownstein, Nicholas Bergan, BansiSawhney
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    May 04, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    This course did not have alot of work that needed to be done but when work was required the work had to be precise. We had 3 discussions every 2/3 weeks, 4 quizzes and 1 final. Not bad for a semester long course. The quizzes were kind of difficult but nothing you cant handle. Just read the book. Although, this class was a breeze and not difficult at all. I learned alot in this class as it pertains to managerial economics.

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    Marginal and Total Utility Strategic Selling of Goods Inelastic and Elastic Goods Consumption Negative and Positive Externalities Opportunity Costs

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    3-5 hours

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    Follow directions, refer to other resources if you don't understand a discussion question and turn in work work on time. This is very important!

    • Spring 2016
    • Nicholas Bergan
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